Rural communities in Namibia are fighting to defend their communal land from wealthy new Chinese investors, who are buying up communal land by the hectare, often through fraudulent deals with the city councils. Photos © Tawanda Kanhema.
The war in Afghanistan, jobs and the state of the economy dominate the discourse, and the candidates’ handling of these issues during the campaign has had a clear impact on voter preferences, writes Tawanda Kanhema for Channel 4 News. Read full … Continue reading
Cuban President Raul Castro meets Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba in Windhoek, Namibia for bilateral talks on trade. Cuba played a significant role in Namibia’s struggle for independence against South Africa.
“A quintet of Cuban jazz musicians on saxophone and percussion with an amazing array of styles… with its vibrant performance of Afro-Cuban, Caribbean, Salsa, Latin jazz and Brazilian rhythms, Habana Sax represents the continuing evolution of the fiercely energetic music … Continue reading
Truman State University’s Students for Social Change will host an exhibition of Tawanda Kanhema’s images titled Cape to Cairo in Pictures: A Reporter’s Perspective on a Region in Transition, on November 10, 2011 in the Students Union Building. Cape to … Continue reading
Truman State University ROTC cadets prepare for the annual ranger challenge at Fort Leonard Wood on October 16th, 2011. Truman rangers will be defending their title against rangers from more than 10 midwestern schools from Missouri and Illinois.